Kari Treese

Writer | Editor | Math Enthusiast


Kari Treese is a writer and editor from Southern California. She is an MFA candidate in prose at Mills College where she works as a graduate writing fellow. Kari is the managing editor at 580 Split and a fiction reader for Atticus Review.

In her previous professional life, Kari was a math teacher in Los Angeles. She earned a Master’s Degree in Education from UCLA in 2016.

Publications


2020

“On Finding Poetry and Place” Far Villages: Welcome Essays for New and Beginner Poets, Black Lawrence Press (January)

2019

“Mile 183” BULL (forthcoming)

“Out on the Lake” Ptihead Chapel (forthcoming November)

“Pain Relief” Microfiction Monday

“On Fullness” Rivet Journal

“Plastic Houses” Punctuate

2018

“For Keeping” Goat’s Milk Magazine

“Spark” Lunch Ticket

“Birth Day” Pacifica Literary Review

2017

“Photo(stream of consciousness) in reverse” & “A Black Wasp Flew Into the Pool” Crab Fat Magazine

“creation” The Fem

2016

“Beauty and Being” The Los Angeles Review, Vol 20

2015

“Spray” & “Carousel Horse” Tahoma West

Awards


Leila Abu-Saba Memorial Prize, Mills College, 2019

Fred T. Haley Writing Award, UW Tacoma, 2015

Connect


https://www.linkedin.com/in/kari-treese/

Events

5/12/2019 Flash Fiction @ The Octopus Literary Salon in Oakland, CA 5 PM

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